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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3: Gunn says there will be more room for Mantis and Nebula

The return of James Gunn in the control room for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 was the joy of many fans and, although the film may bring some protagonists to the end of their journey, the director said that the characters of Nebula And Mantis they will have more space inside the film.

Karen Gillian And Pom Klementieff, which they interpret respectively Nebula And Mantis, they got to read the script of the film with the rest of the cast and admitted that it will be really exciting.

Mantis and Nebula will have larger roles in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3

After having left the two actresses open-mouthed and “in tears” with the reading of the script of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3, director James Gunn he stated via Twitter that the final chapter of his trilogy will give much more space to Nebula and Mantis.

Speaking of the two characters, Gunn stated that both roles will be quite large within the film, but without going into too much detail.

Now that both characters are part of the Guardian lineup we can expect a constant presence on the screen, as in part already happened with Nebula in Guardians of the Galaxy 2.

This being the last film in the trilogy directed by James Gunn, it is likely that many narrative arcs still open will go towards their conclusion. As already announced by the director, if we have suffered from the loss of some characters in the second film, this will be much worse.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 will conclude the story of this iteration of the Guardians and help catapult both old and new Marvel characters into the next ten years of film and beyond. I will work side by side with Kevin Feige to help shape the future of these stories and ensure continuity in the MCU.

As anticipated months ago by Gunn himself, the third chapter will be gigantic and will be able to fully explain the origins of Rocket Raccoon. We will then see if the forecasts of Dave Bautista about the end of Drax will be confirmed or denied.


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